St. Luke's Episcopal Church and School: A rich history
Over 65 Years of
St. Luke’s Episcopal School was founded in 1947, three years after St. Luke’s Episcopal Church first opened its doors at 104 Cloverleaf Lane. Education has been an essential focus of this vibrant congregation since its inception. The life of church and school have been closely intertwined for decades. St. Luke’s truly exemplifies Episcopal education at its best.
The core of our beautiful campus was completed in 1954 as a “light on the hill” in the heart of Alamo Heights. By 1960, the school had expanded from an early childhood program to include the elementary grades. The Chris Jones Middle School was built and dedicated in 2003, giving St. Luke’s the facilities and resources to educate boys and girls from prekindergarten through the eighth grade.